Juneau Montessori School Kindergarten class of 2017 at Saviko Field Pavilion.
Isaac standing with his diploma, flowers from Mom, and photo album gift from school. "I'm never going to forget Ms. Monica," he said.
"I feel happy and sad. Happy because I'm graduating, and sad because I won't get to see all my friends everyday." He cried looking through the photo album of his six years at JMS that his teachers and staff made for him.
My sweet little empath recovering with a reception at the school in the "gross motor room" afterwards.
"One last swing on the playground, Mom."
Then it was over to Paige's third grade classroom at Gastineau Community School for "Classroom Cities." The class did an entire city simulation with a bank, shops, a mayor, a park, businesses, and more. Paige started a tattoo business. "Call, well don't call I don't have a phone. But contact Paige."
Thanks to the always generous and kind (in my experience) Alaska Airlines, Franma made her very tight connecting flight to Juneau without a second to spare! (Grandpa, a.k.a. Baba Nicky, arrives tomorrow).
We went to pick up Franma, and it was a boring wait. Isaac proclaimed it "the longest ten minutes of my [his] life." But it was worth it!
Franma got me my favorite gift; the one she always gets for me: salty socks!
Ending the day with Seong's and froyo with friends.